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Episode 17 Β· 1 year ago

The Parrsitivity Podcast #Episode85 Jessica Watt

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Hither. My name is Adam Po and the podcast host posity to podcast. In this podcast, you will be listening to me connect with people from different walks of life, from the military to people in the music industry, to people in the self help industry and many other areas of life. In this podcast I'll be talking about topics from self help, mental health, motivation, spirituality, mindset, society, current affairs and much, much more. If you enjoy this podcast, please subscribe, share and let me know your feedback. And my main intention on this podcast is to have a positive impact for you, the lit the listener, to take something positive from it, to apply something positive into your life from this. Now with without further ado, let's go to podcast and enjoy. Hi, whatlcome SUP parties podcast. In today's episode, I'm joined by I just call what. She's a Reiki practitioner and transformational life coach. In this episode, we talked about mindset, doing what you love, stepping up your comfort zone, the benefits of traveling and much more. Now, sit back, relax and enjoy this episode. I just go how are you doing your right? Yeah, I'm good. Thank you. How are you good? Good, yeah, great, funk. You great, just want to try to say massive funk you for coming on a podcast. Read appreciate it. Yeah, sure, good to be there. Yeah, now, you welcome. Yeah, I just fly. I'd like start off by, you know, asking how you got into what you do, because I see that you do like Reiki and Life Coaching, coaching. Yeah, I'm a life coach and also Reiki Practitioner, and so I got into Reiki when I came back from living in Australia and I learn a lot being in Bali, because I went from living in Australia to bally and then I learned a lot about energy and things like that through the meditation and Yoga retreat I was on up in the vet, up in the north. So when I got back I was thinking I'd love to use what I've learned and also what I learned when I was living abroad in New Zealand and Australia and just, yeah, really delve more into the spiritual aspect of myself. So I got certified last year now, I think. Yeah, so I really enjoy just giving treatments and once everything sort of calms down with everything going on in the world, I hope to be able to offer treatments to people alongside coaching as well. HM, no, it's awesome. I think why honestly be an amazing sperience traveling in those places as well, to be in you know, like cour seen different cultures and being on those retreats. Yeah,...

...yeah, so it's first time bally. Like I've always wanted to go and I remember there was years and years ago. I love Pinterest. Yeah, interest, and I saw a picture of the rice fields in bar me and in a good and I remembered just seeing that picture and being like I'm going to go there some day, and I remember buying a little barley book and then I had it in the bottom of my bag for like at least two years and then. So it was insane to actually physically be there and basically be in the picture that I'd seen. So I really think now manifested as well as I really focused along being there and experiencing that. It's great. Yeah, Nice, that's awesome. And I was like are you said you have to kind of manifest on you, like what you want to attract into your life. That's a really important thing, you know, to get the things that you want. You're kind of see solve there doing it and be it kind of work towards that pony. Yeah, absolutely. Yeah, I'm a big believer in that. I've got like vision boards. Always had fission boards and affirmations and writing things as if they're happening, writing things down to the things that you want. I've I think that's really powerful and like an example of that was when I did when I got my degree. I was very specific on what degree I wanted and based in envision myself like going up there with the gown and the hat on and getting the degree that I wanted. And Yeah, it's a a to achieve. That just goes to show how powerful is, and the same goes we're going to bally as well. Yeah, I canle you agree. I think, like you know, a lot of people can take a lot from doing that. I think it's, you know, it's like a practice is that you've got to practice. So you've got to do it, and I think like what you're doing and right, you know, Reiki and you know, like energy healing. I think it's a really positive thing to do and I think like it's very much needed, isn't it? I think a lot of people are learning more about it it's kind of more in the mainstream media, I think. HMM. Yeah, absolutely. There's a been a lot of people that come to me during this period that are really interested to find out more about raking, how it works, because you can offer distant healing sessions as well. It doesn't have to be in person and the distant healing works just as as effectively as in person treatments as well. And Yeah, I just really love giving them, like it gives something to me as well as well as who I'm who I'm treating. No, sir, it's it's definitely that kind of energy exchangesn't it? And I mean Pece quite powerful Reikis, and you know people you you these like crystals down there. Do you do use crystals? So, yeah, I don't use crystals and there's some time quite interested in but there's other things that I use. I have like a meditation sound bowl, but this goes outside breaky really. This is more focus on my meditation and I do have my Reiki cards as well, which they're like a pack of living Reiki cars, but I like to use them after meditation, when I'm in that state, and then pull out a card and it's just like a fun it's just a thing that you can do with friends or family or something like that, but it's what I like to do occasionally, when it's when I'm feeling cooled, to do that. HMM. Yeah, yeah, I think like there's meditation bowls are really Nice. On these, I'd the bowl with stick and your hit and moves around like a brass bowl. Yeah, yeah,...

...yeah, yeah, I've got one and it's really pat it's really like cleansing, isn't it really can clear and cleanse all the energy. Yeah, it's quite a skill to get it and you do it and you're hit to try and move it around as as long as you can't s keep it going. Yeah, it takes some practice, that's for sure. I mean when I first I do now, I was like I need to practice. Yeah, yeah, my mom does it sometimes. My Mom's got one and it sounds like it's like it's like a Ufo, just charming noise. And Yeah, that's great. Yeah, there's so many different ways you can meditate as well, and so I like to switch up my meditation. So sometimes I do it with guided meditation or sometimes I like to do it in silence. Sometimes I'm in nature. Sometimes walking, sometimes, music, sometimes, there's so many different ways and I just I just go by my how I'm feared in my intuition. I've also delved a little bit more into breath work as well, which I think there's been really powerful. Do you do breath work? I've never done breath work before, but I know it's very effective. There's a guy called whim half. You heard a whim half? HMM, he's an absolute genius. Like he tunes into like a breathing doesn't any can really access certain parts because there's it was mind and his energy through his breathing and going in cold water. And I think, like a lot of people, they don't really tend to know how to breathe. I think we not something we necessarily think about, but when you really it's like said, tune into your breathing. It's very grounds you. Doesn't I think people said to me like when I had anxiety. I think that's why I became aware of many years ago. It's for your breathing allows you to ground yourself. HMM. Yeah, yeah, definitely. That's really powerful. Yeah, because quite often we breathe. I've here from we should really be breathing a little bit further down tub, towards our belly, like belly breathing. Sorry, done to US war. That's why. Sorry. Yeah, no, I agree, it's like it you're sod a plexus, like lower it out. HMM. Yeah, yeah, I believe he's so flexus fish chakras. M Yeah, breathing, breathings really, really important, I think, especially if you feel anxious. I feel stressed, I think, especially in these times with the pandemic and IFF, and I think people can really take a lot from that. It's very simple. Exercize, isn't HMM. Yeah, absolutely. There's something that we can access at any time and you know, as you say, if you're feeling anxious, I'm like a bus or on a train, probably transport, wherever you are. It's as you say, it's something that you can access at any time. HMM, and I think we forget that as well. You know, I've been in situations where, for example, normally, because I travel a lot, I absolutely don't mind flying at all, but on this one particular occasion, some reason I had a lot of anxiety and I think it was because I was quite tired and just generally I just feeling quite overwhelmed with a lot of things that were going on in my life at that time and I've being on this flight and I just really made use of my breathing just access that, and it just changed everything. It changed like the whole flight and I was able to get into my body rather than like be up in my mind. My mind is just taking charge of it that time. It was just running away with me. And then...

...haven't getting access to our bodies. We can then we can then sort of take control and access. Okay, we're on a flight, everything's okay, we grant like you say, we ground ourselves. Yeah, that's that's the thing, isn't it? You can kind of get so caught up in your forts and our mind's right. Our minds can raise a light, you know, incredible speed and if you get lost in your chain of for so, it can just then make you feel overwhelmed and I think like I definitely followed dark I want on the last one on a plane. I fellow about anxious because the bit of turbulence and as with my fast and next to my friend was come back from New York and the block grabbing his hand and is all what you doing, but I just was like just started freaking out and I think it's not the right way to do it. But I had a few those samples of bottles of wine. I just kind of not not goes back and just went to sleep, but I felt quite raw rough when I woke up. But yeah, breat like you said, breathing is as a better way to do it. I think it's some of that we should do. HMM. Yeah, leaving mindfully as well, being mindful of the breath, hmm, because that's what meditation is, right, so like being mindful of folks in on the INS and outs of our breath, and that's it. HMM. Yeah, I agree, and I think as well. Like then, if you ever heard of lights, it grounding by that like walking on graph like walking on the ground, noting your feet on the ground. Yeah, I do that a lot actually. Yeah, I did, not only the other day, because I was just feeling really sort of disconnected, which is obviously common being human being. As nothing major that was going on, I just felt a disconnect, so I took myself outside, and I'm there foot like pretty much all the time. That's the joy of working from home worn yeah, in the world. Yeah, so it took myself outside and I just wandered around and we have we basically reconnect our bodies to the earth. electrons just FRY by what they call earthing. So for me, I just I'm very much someone that loves to be and nature anyway, so to have the opportunity to be barefoot and just graze through nature is it's just, yeah, it's very grounding for me and I immediately felt better. Actually, I took just a couple of minutes to just to reflect on my thoughts and just to just a reset really, and sometimes I feel like you need time to figure out really what you need to focus on in life, because we have so much going on around us and I think it's very important to to regroup often. I know, I know I'm speaking for myself here when I say this, but yeah, I think it's really important to just whatever it may be as well. You know, for me, as I say, it was a thing that helps, that helps me and other things as well, but for a lot of people it's just simply like reading or taken a nap for just resenting rather than moving through life a hundred miles per hour. It's never really been something that has appealed to me. There have been something that I've really understood as well. So, yeah, I think. I think anything that we can sort of take as a bit of a ritual to...

...resenter ourselves is, hmm, now I feel so great, great point. And I think what you said, you know, in terms of like being ground, grounding and earth in like you said, that's quite a powerful thing to do. Like I said, by, you know, walking on the grass and the garden, being bare foot on the beach or being barefoot somewhere, reconnecting yourself with what's going on around you, you know, and kind of tuning into yourself, isn't it, and bring yourself back to the moment. And, like you said, lots of people are so caught up in that racing and mushing around. You know, it can't be good for your health doing that in the long term. HMM. And I said when I think when you go into nature, you're you start thinking about things. You just that kind of have a bit more claverity, which by going for a walk. HMM. Absolutely, yeah. And in addition to that, I mean being in nature. For me it's like there's nothing that I can control out there, you know, and not that I won't control over it if you really think about it, there's moments where I've been in nature, when I'm outside or whether I'm going to walk or whever I'm doing a hike, where I am in the world, there's nothing you can change of in that space. Like you could have lots going on in your life back in the city or wherever you live, but when you come out into nature, it's it's just, it just is, and it's a really beautiful realization because whatever you have going on in your life, you can just leave that and actually, just as you say, just be able to reground yourself and particularly in these times where there's a lot of there going around, there's a lot of uncertainty, which I completely understand, but it's just these simple things that I feel like can really help us to to gain a bit of perspective and a bit of clarity over over our lives. Yeah, no, I'm assolutely agree. I think that's so, so key, isn't it? To it's a kind of regain that control of how you feel, isn't it? I think a lot of people feel like the so focus, so focused on the things that they're not in controller, you know, what's going on around them with pandemic, with jobs, with the news, you know, all that you cannot control and, like you said, by going for a walk and reconnecting and having that space. You know, we need to feel connected, we need to feel our win control, we need to feel grounded. I think nature definitely helps in that and I think you know like trees as well. Went for a walk yesterday around trees. This is so beneficial and some of people might find trees, you know we talking about. But HM, there is something about nature that just makes you feel wholeble the all my Granddad side that I native American Indians. So if I'm in nature I just feel this quite quite deep connection, you know. MMM, yeah, yeah, absolutely, yeah, and you know, it's free, like a lot of the time people don't realize this, but I mean I'm sure they do, but you know, they're stuck in their house, is not going on and perhaps the weather isn't so nice, but really, who cares? And you know they can just go for a walk in their area. And what I loved, for example, about living in New Zealand is that there would hiking trails absolutely everywhere. So same in them. Australia, in a way, not...

...so much hiking, but I actually lived on the beach in Melbourne, so I was always yeah, yeah, so, you know, like I was always at the beach. Like I'm just someone that, like, I love being outside and being in nature and like as much as I like to relax and, you know, watch TV, or or not so much TV, but Netflix and things like that as much the next person, there's also the other side of me that can't have that too much. Is Only just a limit before I need to then kind of escape, escape the grid and just go back to simplicity. Really, yeah, not in that same water hig. I can relate to those as well. Like I think like it's okay to have that balance. That balances. And you know what one experience as well, you know, being in New Zealand and Australia are, like you said, like those hikes like heights or massive thing and that part of the world onnor HMM, like wod did you ever feel like? I mean I've never been. I've never been to Australia, but part of me is like, you know, the nature side of it. It's quite makes you feel a little anxious because there's like poisonous frogs, there's like poisonous spiders as like all these all this wild did you ever feel like about apprehensive about that, or did you just kind of like just dive into it? So it's I didn't really feel apprehensive about that, to be honest. Interestingly enough, when I moved to New Zealand, for example, there's nothing that couldn't hurt you in New Zealand in terms of nature. They don't have anything like that where they do in Australia. And when I move to Australia I didn't see that way either. They because I didn't actually come across anything that was really dangerous or anything that could have bit in me or anything like that, not within my home anyway. I mean, like when I was on magnetic island, I was walking along a track with this Canadian girl. We were just talking and then we just stopped in our tracks and that was quite a big snake in front of us and I'll guide behind us. Did say that was poisonous, but you know, like if you're in nature, that that's said they live, that's their home. The same with sharks and things like that. So you know, like I swim all the time and that's where they live. So it's yeah, I mean it's something that you just kind of accept and you just you just take your chances. I did jump over a snake in the outback. I remember I was walking along with another friend and then she just said snake and then I kind of kind of streamed like through my through my feet as I was walking along. It kind of like I think it got scared. So it was going from one side of the path to the other and that was fine. I just kind of jumped over him and he went off on his way and that was it. So, yeah, it was. It was fine. It wouldn't. I wouldn't let it stop for you from places that. Yeah, that's that's something enough. I'll need to work on yeah, yeah, I think I think, like you said. Sorry now, I was just going to say that it's absolutely fine. As I was just going to say as well, I think I've come across more spiders in this house in the UK then why I ever did in Australia anyway. Obviously they're not poisonous, but in terms of like their presence there wasn't as many spiders in the house with what there is in Australia, which is really interesting. Yeah, yeah, it is interesting, isn't as crazy when you think of a lot of that, because I think, like here, we a lot of spiders going that our homes because it's cold, isn't...

...it? I think so. They want to get to where it's warm, probably, but but yeah, I feel like you said that it's their home, isn't it? I suppose you just need to kind of be careful, use your common sense and just you can't you can't live by not doing things kind of that's why I say to people, you know, you've got to push out your comfort zone, that that bit to grow and to evolve, and I think you know that's that's a great thing that you did take that leap as well, because you know you pushing out your conver zone. You going into like the environment, isn't it? Hmm, yeah, absolutely. I think I agree with you there. Absolutely. The first time I feel like I did that was when I volunteered as an English teacher after I graduated, and I remembers what I wanted to do. It's what I chose to do. No one else. I didn't speak to anyone else about it in pacts like family and friends. I told I think they all that it was actually quite random. I remember when it came down to I was really scared and I was only about twenty two and I remember I had no teaching experience, I've never been outside of Europe. So I was like I don't know what I'm doing. But then obviously I wanted to go because that's what I chose to do. But when it came down to us actually just just quite scared to do it and I went and I had like the best time and I wanted to stay out there and met some amazing people, went to do so many amazing places in Cambodia or with the children, and then from there, like I feel like that experience kind of enabled me to take everything else that I've done in my life so far into it. So moving to New Zealand when I was twenty three, twenty four by myself, and I just thought that's why I want to do like you need, as you say, you just grow from it and you learned so much. Yeah, it's something that I never want to stay stagnant and every want to stay like this stuck mentality. I never want to like let bear rule me. You know, I think unfortunately a lot of people are sort of ruled by this fear that they have within them, and that's obviously what help people to overcome and to get out there and to step into the power. Yeah, not massolutely, I think. You know, that's so true. And I think, like said, society and kind of teach people to, you know, act and think and be a certain way. You know, education, you know, parents, people, and I think people are too busy sometimes compare themselves of people, while people are doing and seeking almost something that's outside and themselves, when it's actually within themselves. If that make sense? Yeah, yeah, like by by going in with themselves and then push themselves and going into certain situations. You then find out things and you realize you can you know, you can probably see how much you've grown from like traveling on those places and who you want nowt and I think it's great that you're wanting to help other people, you know, do the same to find out who they are, you know, and I think that's that's what we should or do. I think we should all do that. We should all try things, and I'll will says always gone about it all the time. We just need to try, you know, like if you try something, you fell okay, you know it's gonna suck probably, but at least you tried and then you can try again. And if you don't try, you don't you know you're not having that experience. You know, you've probably made lots of connections through traveling,...

...met loads of people. HMM. Yeah, yeah, I completely agree, and if you don't try, you never know. Also, HMM. That's a really big thing because, you know, like I could have been just stuck in this beer and listen to people around me saying, what are you doing moving to New Zealand? But really, we we all have our own path to take. We all have our individual decisions, things that we want to do in our lives. And I remember when I got back from Australia and I got talking to a girl on a train going to London and we just we were just chatting and I wasn't coaching or anything, it was just talking and she she really just wanted to she's talking a lot about going to Thailand, traveling, and I I was basically central like okay, what's stopping you? What's holding you back? Maybe I was coaching a little bit, yeah, but by the end, you know, she was like yeah, you're so right, and we got each other on facebook and I don't know whether she actually went to thy land, but it turned out that fear was just keeping her in the position that she was in, and I like that she was in. And I remember saying to her. I said, you know, the thing is, even if you don't like something, then there's always a plain like you don't have to stay there, but at least you can say you've tried. Yeah, nice, that's exactly asn't I think like is that narrative and people's head start keep them in that place sometimes, and you probably helped to like, you know, change that that with too, by you told my your experience and saying, well, we can know what's stock. You know, why not just just do it? Yeah, a lot stories that we tell one another as well, well tell ourselves mainly, and the story is unfortune that, like you said, we get from family and society and other things. They keep us, they keep us stuck, and that's a big part of like how our mind operates. And in learning about the mind it's really helped me and in my work to be able to get people out of the comfort zones and get them living the life that they deserve and getting the results that they want. Whatever the case may be, where it being the relationships, career or just in you know, just simple things like changing their their diet, changing their lifestyle. HMM, yeah, question why? I think that's also really important because, for example, like I always work out, but I've been increasing my workout over the last couple of days, so longer, more intense. Is it painful? Yes, does it hurt? Yes, is it easy? No, it's not. But my my desire to get stronger and fitter outweighs my comfort. So that's something that I think that all of us can take with us. I'll take along with us, because if we don't, if we hold on to what we do have and we're not willing to get a little bit uncomfortable to get the results and our lives are not going to change. We're going to stay we're going to stay stagnant, we're going to stay in the same place where we don't want to be. As you can see, I'm very passionate about this. Then it's I agree with you, something that you know I'm passionate about as well, and I think, like, like you said,...

...through working out, through doing things that are uncomfortable, you you see how you grow and yet, like you said, it's not easy. Is Hot and, like you said, when you break it down, you ask Youself, like what am I going to get from this? Why is it? You know, why is it difficult? And when you break it down, you know you can't have those results about that that hard work through without that pain and, like you said, through you know, being stagnant, you're not going to grow and you know the end results far better if you do go through those motions and I think the more you do it, the better you get it. You get it because, like it might be a painful it's like, you know, running. I I score running all the time. Years ago, I haven't been for a while. I'm starting again in it. Yeah, it's difficult, but after you probably same with you. After like a month, what, what was then difficult isn't difficult anymore. But you kind like said, always got to be stepping up a little bit. So you kind of don't get complacent in somewhere. That makes sense, don't you? That's yeah, that's apply to any any of everything. Yeah, absolutely, I agree that. Yeah, so you don't get complacent. Yeah, and I suppose you're running as well, like you've built up this sort of habit in your mind. So now your brain, your mind is like, okay, this is what we do. HMM. It's like if you stop eating me, you know, like you're not going to one day just like pick up a bugger if you if for a certain amount of time. I don't I can't remember what how long it takes for a habit for? Is it twenty one days? Yes, like three weeks? Yeah, you know, like after and I say three years, even two years or even less, you're not going to then pick up eating me. I mean you might do which is obviously fine, but you know, I'm saying your it's not going to be normal for your for your brain, because you've wired it differently. HMM. Yeah, that's that's a really good point. I mean I've noticed that with my family. My my family like vecan slice, vegetarian, was hourly chicken and where you like, and because I'll be I don't. I don't mind not eating meat. But since his lockdown, like I said, I've kind of got used to not having it as much. But when I first moved him with my family, I was like my body would like what's going on, whereas you know, I can have that balance now, but yeah, it does take your set that time to develop those habits, doesn't it? Yeah, and to get used to things. And I think, I say if you work out, and I think you notice how you feel if you don't do that thing that you're used to do, because has been some days with a where has been bad, I haven't gone for a run and I feel like crap because I haven't gone for a run. So it's almost like a domino effect, isn't it? You know, someone said to me a quote and it's like how you do, how you do one thing, as how I do, how you do everything, or something like. HMM, that's a cool quote. I like that quote. Yeah, I finally said it. Yeah, yeah, definitely does domino and I think, like you said, everything's all into linked, you know, your sleep, your diet, the way you think it's. People use sometimes point the finger, always it's because of this, because of that, he not taking responsibility for if you're saying that. HMM, yeah, that's very powerful. Yeah, that's very true, and it's very easy to do that, isn't it? It's a very easy way to sway responsibility and taking the ownership of your own life and the way you're doing things like, oh well, I can't quit smoking because I can't lose weight because, and I think...

...ultimately it's we're in control of our own knives. And perhaps if that's the case, then maybe someone just doesn't want that thing enough. So it goes back to working out. So, yes, it's painful and all these other things, but my desire override it's that pain and that discomfort. And Yeah, as you said, I think it's I think it's important to kind of train our brains to operate in this way. So, yeah, I think it's I think it's important to like just keep yourself, just keep challenging yourself, just keep crying new things and and you never know what you're going to fall in love with as well. There's lots of things I've just tried and you know, I still they still do to this day and I absolutely love. Yeah, I've that's really important, I said, by just trying things, because you never know, you might might find your passion and you might create something from it. M Yeah, I must, and I think you know this kind of whole lockdown. You know situation. There's definitely silver ligning to it is and they were. People are trying things out. That they, you know, didn't think were, you know, doing thing was going to be that passion. It's probably ended up being people with passions, people finding out new things. Yeah, absolutely. Yeah, it's really been, I think, I he beautiful time for you to depending on your circumstances, you know, not everyone, everyone. You know, some people are still working and people working from home and dining with children, being at home and being off school, and there's lots of different in vidual circumstances. I think it's also allowed us a really nice time, and a really beneficial time, I should I say, to look inwards ourselves and where we're going with our lives. I think during this time as well, like the the interesting coaching has really gone up. I've found as a lot of people that are their lives are changed and, you know, they're working from home and they find they're working from home and they're doing this job and they're thinking, actually, I want something different, but I just don't know what it is. So I think it's where we come into play, where we're able to really help people to to fulfill their potential in lives. You know, yeah, I completely crew. I think like by helping the people's lives become beat to your life comes better to as a resultways. Well, it isn't it's not death, know, definitely, and going yeah, absolutely, yeah, yeah, I agree with that. I mean it's ultimately like my purpose. It's interesting because I wrote this down when I was about twenty two of my journal, because I've been general from a really young age, and I wrote down I had this like I knew I had like a deep inner purpose to be able to help others in like therapy or coaching, and I think the universe just wanted to put me in a couple more situations in life and learn some things. And everything happens in perfect time in as well, and I think that's why it's got me to where I'm at today. Yeah, yeah, not massively muscular. I think, like I said, the universe to support you and your you know, your work and what you're doing and it just challenge you and, you know, froze curve balls out you and things happened. But, like I said, it all kind of build you as a person and happens in the right time the order. That makes sense, isn't it?...

Yeah, it's a where we are now. Yeah, absolutely. Yeah, I agree with that. Yeah, I'll just just like my round up. I was just thinking driving my favorite favorite box at all that you like to read the talk or Oh yeah, ny books that you like. They're like a couple. Yeah, I'm just I'm just smiling because there's a lot. Yeah, it's so. I'm reading a new earth at the minute. Oh my gosh, powerful. I can't totally. Have you read that book? No, no, my bother likes echo. It's older. Yeah, it's as I said, I'm still reading it, but so far it's great. I read the power now about three times. I love that book. There's a book called actually passed over to my client. Shout out to you. Have you're listening? Yeah, look, cold, hundred reasons to stay alive by Matt Hag and that's at of depression. That's a really good book. And so many there is so many books. I did really like eat, pray, love because that really spoke to my travel inside and I like the the sort of the teachings that she learns, that she talks about the book and her learnings and her life experience. So that's something that I'll probably pick up again at some point, but my list is quite long at the moment. What else the notebook, of course, but that's not really to do with as they is a great fir I really like. I've read this book also a couple of times as well. There's a book called what I know for sure by Oprah went free, and that's a really nice book as well. I'm just trying to think of some others. The alchemists, of course, that's yeah, it's a really nice book and the key to live in the law of attraction. I read that university by Jack Canfield. That's a great book too. So just that the toime. I'm sure I'm missing a few, but just off the some of my head, that's as a couple of them. The governor's for me. Yeah, well, that's pay for me. I've got a few I I like. Thinking you're a rich that's quite a good book. Napoleon Hill about that many years ago. I need to read it again. Actually. I read a book called manual for living by the epicutus. He's a philosopher. I've heard about one. Yeahs like a small little book and it's full of light his writings and teachings because he was around during the Roman Times. That's quite good. I've been reading Gary V's books. The crush it. That's quite good. Yeah, yeah, he's good guy. And John and Peterson's book to Wols for life. I've been reading that. You give me some suggestions, but my list is like this at a minute. Oh yeah, I'm a typical fire sign. So I've been known to like start a book and then get really interested in like another book. So it's the point where it's like con jest, like you've literally yeah, books on the go. So, yeah, stop that now. So like that, I just start reading the book and I read it and I enjoy it. And how long it takes to read it? HMM. And then starting of one. Yeah, but then you just got...

...on Amazon. Don't hear? Then you still this less and you like so much to read. I yeah, I'm in there. I'm in aries as well. So I do the I do the exact same. So I've I've got about a book case of like forty different books. I all be reading. One to go on Amazon. That looks good, I'll get that. Oh, that looks good, I'll get that, and I'm reading it. I'm like sh I've got fifty books waiting for me to lie. These were. That's so relatable. Yeah, that's Ye'll keep like suggesting books to me and I'm like non, no, no, please, yeah, high down, but give me like a yeah, yeah, yeah, that's good. Yeah, but definitely get death. Will both definitely got around to just think about time. Yeah, yeah, and I try. I've just finished next king good vibes, good life. If you read that. I've heard of that book. See, I'm not really could. It's very easy to read. I've read it a couple of times now. I was looking at something in a chapter the other day so I just carried on beating it. Yeah, yeah, I've also learned importance of like not reading it to rush to get to another book, but like just enjoying it and, as you say, just whenever the time comes to get to another one. M being in the present moment, as I can tell it would, has taught me in the power of now, very present. Yeah, no, I agree. Like, I think, like I said, by if you're rushing it, you don't take it in the same and I think, like you said, by being present you take it in a lot more and enjoy it more. Yeah, definitely, but but nice. It's been an absolute pleasure talk to just SICA. Where can people find your social media, like your kind of like links on instagram and things like that. Yeah, so I'm on facebook just as my name. There's no particular that's just my facebook, and then Instagram is what underscore coaching. So awesome, mask great, but thank you so much for having me. It's been awesome. It's been great to know you. Yeah, yeah, you're very welcome to being great talking to you and I think you you're doing really great what you're doing, you know, in terms of he like you. You know, you're Reiki or coaching, helping people, you know, and you alcome in and in your experiences you like really motivating spying, and I think people can take a lot from me, because my people, those lost people out they want to travel when kind of stuck in scared. M Yeah, that makes me sad, you know, to hear that. But yeah, I agree with you. There is. But, as we know as coaches, it's all behind how often, I limited beliefs, our beliefs of things, that we can't have things when we can have anything that we want in our lives. Yeah, I agree, definitely. Yeah, but not. Yeah, but great talk too, and I wish well the best way you do and and definitely do this again some time, or staying touch wherever. Yeah, great, that we awesome. Yeah, yeah, but not have a great have a great afternoon. Yeah, thank you. There's the afternoon. Yeah, and you. It's okay with us. By.

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